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computergroove

I have a guy that needs the info from a sim card. I have purchased a sim card reader (usb to serial emulation) and I cant find any kind of utility that will read teh sim card. Is there a function that would take a raw dump of the info? Can a function do this in autoit?


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Nessie

I don't think that you will find and UDF for that. But i remember a friend of mine that have a sim card reader and he was using a software called "USB SIM Card Reader Utility". I hope that this will help you ;)

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stormbreaker

Now, I can do that with my reader and AutoIt. Open Device Manager in System Properties to see if a new COM port is created when you plug-in your device. If it is so, then you are in luck.

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My Current OS: Win8 PRO (64-bit); Current AutoIt Version: v3.3.8.1

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